THIS JUST IN: Riverside C.C. WR Isaac Whitney has signed with USC
Month: December 2014
Posted: Dec. 10, 2014 James H. Williams | Managing Editor The Riverside City College Tigers defeated the University of La Verne Leopards, 79–58, in the first day of the 43th annual RCC holiday tournament Dec. 9. Tigers’ Sage Woodruff scored a game-high 15 points against the Leopards. Taj Adams and Jelani Mitchell contributed to the
Defensive back Treshon Broughton was the first of four Riverside City College football players to make a verbal commitment to Washington State University in December.
Riverside City College waited until the start of finals week to close Parking Lot B, located in front of the Math and Science building, due to the construction process on the students services building. The parking lot will be closed from Dec. 8, 2014 through April 2016.
RCCD Chancellor Michael L. Burke provided a follow up on the May 2014 data security issue to students.
Synchromy, a group of composers from Los Angeles brought a new sound to the Culver Center in Riverside Dec. 2.
UPDATE: Viewpoints has confirmed with RCC police chief Jim Miyashiro that a suspect has not been taken into custody surrounding the reports of gunshots heard Dec. 4 by various members of the RCC community on campus.
Alex Ortiz | Asst. Sports Editor Dec. 3, 2014 The RCC Tigers tried to keep their state championship run alive when they faced the Mount SAC Mounties on Nov. 29 at Wheelock Stadium. Mount SAC had just pulled an upset against Fullerton College a week before heading down to the jungle to snap the Tigers’
Posted Dec. 3, 2014 | Printed Dec. 1, 2014 Amber Jones | Special to Viewpoints The issue of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Questioning+ rights on the Riverside City College Campus continues after a year on the back burner. “As a transgender person, I have an anxiety of public restrooms, so if I am at
Trustees and police chief take measures to avoid Clery Report mishaps in the future Posted Dec. 3, 2014 | Printed Dec. 1, 2014 Crystal Olmedo | Asst. News Editor Riverside City College missed its deadline to make a complete Clery Report accessible to students, staff and faculty by Oct. 1, but the general consensus from those